PM Imran bashes Nawaz Sharif over anti-army statement

PM Imran bashes Nawaz Sharif over anti-army statement


Islamabad: On the second day of the opposition’s power demonstration in Gujrawala, Prime Minister Imran Khan today (Saturday) confronted the former prime minister and the supreme PML-N Nawaz Sharif (Nawaz Sharif) Severe criticism was made, accusing it of undermining the highest military leadership. The Prime Minister said that while Pakistani soldiers continued to sacrifice their lives for the motherland, Nawaz used inappropriate language to the army and the ISI chief.

In his speech to the “Tiger Force” conference in Islamabad, Prime Minister Imran said that PML-N leaders are using the language of Narendra Modi. Today, his anti-military remarks were praised by the Indian media.

“In all of South Asia’s history, there has not been a government in India which hates Muslims and Pakistan as much as Narendra Modi’s government does,” he added. 

“There are constant attacks on our soldiers; they are sacrificing their lives every day,” he said, mentioning that 20 security personnel were martyred in two attacks on Thursday.

“Why are they sacrificing their lives? For us; for the country. And this jackal (geedar) who ran with his tail between his legs used such language for the army chief and DG ISI,” the premier added, referring to Nawaz Sharif. 

On the occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan dismissed joint opposition’s rally in Gujranwala as a “circus”.

“Eleven years ago, I had predicted this that there will be this circus. I had predicted that when we go after these robbers, they will unite. You saw last night that they all were sitting together.”

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